• Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty Review

    Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty Review

    You’ve read the comic, you’ve watched the movie, might as well play the damn thing on your phone, too, right?  We’re, of course, talking about Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty, which is currently out on the Android Market. As with many movie tie-ins, this isn’t bound to be a classic of any sorts — just a movie tie-in platformer meant to cash in on Cap’s current popularity.  That doesn’t mean it’s bad, though.  In fact, […]

     
  • MLB At Bat 2010 For Android Brings Gameday Audio, No Video

    MLB At Bat 2010 For Android Brings Gameday Audio, No Video

    MLB’s At Bat made its debut on the iPhone last year. This year, Android users get their turn at the service, which is an absolute must-have for any baseball fan. While the app itself seems lightweight (0.9MB Android Market download), the features aren’t. In fact, it’s quite surprising to see how much functions they crammed into it, all in a clean and straightforward interface. On first launch, you see all MLB games scheduled for the […]

     
  • Google Holding Presentations At The 2010 Game Developer’s Conference, Giving Away Free Phones

    Google Holding Presentations At The 2010 Game Developer’s Conference, Giving Away Free Phones

    Need a free phone?  If you’ve got independent game publishing credentials, you might get either the Motorola Droid or the Nexus One for free, courtesy of Google. The search giant has announced plans to hold sessions for Android game development at the upcoming Game Developer’s Conference.  With two new Android handsets capturing consumer’s interest like never before (i.e. the Droid and the Nexus One), it sounds like a good time to make inroads in what […]

     
  • What The Doodle?! Brings Pictionary With A Social Angle To Android Casual Gamers

    What The Doodle?! Brings Pictionary With A Social Angle To Android Casual Gamers

    During the recently-concluded Android Challenge, one title stood out from the gaming apps that competed for one of the top prizes.  That game is called What The Doodle?!, a touchscreen drawing app based on the classic Pictionary. Not only did it earn top prize in the competition’s casual gaming category, it placed second in the overall contest.  For good reason too, since the app offers plenty of fun and challenge, all while offering an engaging […]

     
 

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